She was found unconscious on the floor backstage: Adele fell ill due to serious illness
The world-famous British singer Adele fainted during her concert in Las Vegas. The artist felt unwell, so she took a break and went backstage. That's how she fell.
The 35-year-old star was found unconscious backstage. She was given medical attention and then went back on stage. The Sun writes about it.
"They picked me up off the floor," the singer said after she returned to the audience.
Adele felt bad because of sciatica, which she has been suffering from for most of her life. The serious illness reminded her of itself during the performance. Apparently, the singer felt unbearable pain in her back, which caused her to faint.
The singer was found on the floor by members of her team and brought to life.
"Now I'm going to sit down and take a break from sciatica," Adele also shared.
The singer first reported her suffering from serious sciatica in 2021. She said: "I've actually had back pain for about half my life. Usually, the disease is exacerbated by stress or poor posture." The ailment became less noticeable when Adele lost a lot of weight and started exercising regularly, but sometimes it "hits" with more force.
As OBOZREVATEL wrote, earlier the singer Madonna was found unconscious and was then urgently hospitalised in intensive care. Insiders later said that she was bedridden, experiencing a constant feeling of nausea and weakness. They added that "the disease continues to destroy the star's body".